Elon Musk uses Tesla earnings call to brag about how popular he is on Twitter
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Elon Musk answered a question on Tesla's earnings call by saying how popular he is online.
He talked up his 127 million Twitter followers and said his account might be the most interacted with across social media sites.
Tesla reported strong fourth-quarter earnings that beat analyst expectations.
Elon Musk is all Twitter all the time these days - even when he's on Tesla's quarterly earnings call. On a Wednesday call with investors in his car company , Musk talked up how popular he is on his newly acquired social network. The comments came in response to an...
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